Our light industrial and commercial business park and estate design projects were all intended to provide quality facilities for start-up and growing small businesses in Leigh, Greater Manchester.
Each development, including Acorn Court, Orford House, Beswick House, Stewart House and premises at Moss Industrial Estate, comprised a range of accommodation including light industrial and storage warehousing, office spaces and bespoke facilities for specific tenants.
PAB Architects was engaged by local Leigh developers to deliver architect and design services for the development of new light industrial and commercial business parks in Leigh, Greater Manchester. Our clients included a private commercial property builder, and a family property development business.
The challenge for our PAB Architects team on our Leigh industrial and commercial estate projects was to accommodate the needs of a highly diverse range of tenants. From hairdressing and beauty training to manufacturing, logistics and even cash handling, designs needed to be sufficiently versatile to meet the needs not only of tenants committed to each space at the time of completion, but those taking leases of premises in the future.
Our PAB Architects architect, design and project management team worked alongside each client to optimise each site, delivering good rental square footage for client investment and pension funds within attractive and useful buildings which would become desirable accommodation for local businesses.
Creating new places for people to work within Leigh, light industrial and commercial business parks in Leigh provided headquarters for businesses ranging from start-up enterprises to bespoke pharmaceutical manufacture and distribution operations, security organisations and established national service providers.
Since the successful launch of each industrial and commercial business park, premises have been continually tenanted and remained in consistently high demand.
Both Acorn Court and Moss Industrial Estate have grown to become busy and established business parks in the local area, attracting new enterprises which have continued to grow and expand, creating new employment opportunities for local people and creating excellent inward investment for our local area in Leigh, Greater Manchester.